I used to get by with a meager 12 GB of hard disk space and 512 MB of RAM (at greatest). I never managed to fill them up completely.
Earlier this year, I upgraded to a new computer which has 1 TB of hard disk storage, 64 GB of solid-state storage, and 16 GB of RAM. Now, though I have used half the RAM for compilation processes on occasion, I've never figured out how to use more than about 25 GB of the total disk (HDD plus SSD) space, which means I basically shouldn't have even bothered purchasing the hard disk.
I'll admit, I am mainly a developer, tweaker, and generally a clean and tidy hard disk user, so I can't expect myself to go around wasting resources. But I presume many of you are also tweakers, and probably many of you like MATE because it gets out of your way and doesn't consume many resources.
So my question is: How much storage space do you have lying around doing nothing for you -- and how do you manage to fill up your disk (just in general terms -- I don't care exactly what podcasts you subscribe to and pull down to local storage, for example)?